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Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography

Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography
There is a photo of a Mute Swan head. And the Common Rabbit by Callum on our Guest Photos.

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Thursday, 6 July 2017

Starling chick - Sturnus vulgaris

Still feeding from adults...........................

Please look at my website bobswildlife.co.uk. There is a photo of a Sparrowhawk,  and  the Greater Flamingo by Callum in the 'Guest photographer'


Waiting for mum

 I can't find her anywhere, not up there?
 Ah, here she comes with her goodies, yummy.








25 comments:

  1. Really stunning, and the fine details on the wings is amazing. Great shots as always. Greetings!

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  2. Lots of juvenile starlings around here just now.

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    1. Yes, and there are around here too David.

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  3. The neck feathers are something I've noticed on adult starlings as well. I haven't seen one in a long time. This kind of bird is a good old familiar sight.

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  4. Hello, cute shots of the Starling chick. I think the last shot it is saying "feed me". Have a happy day!

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  5. How precious! I am constantly astonished by your breathtaking photos, showing me a side of nature I normally don't see. Thank you, Bob.

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  6. Still got one tiny tuft of nestling feathers left!

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  7. Watching the young in my garden and near lagoon, Bob. Nice treatment of the topic

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  8. Hola Bob,magnifica y bella fotos de este joven Estornino.Un abrazo.

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  9. Hello Bob!:) Nicely captured images of this chocolate coloured Starling chick.

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    1. Thank you for your comments Sonja.

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  10. Love that final shot. Poor mum. She was late....

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  11. Hello Bob,
    As always great photos!! The Starlings are smart, beautiful and the Starling-chick especially hungry;-)
    Have a nice weekend.
    Greetings, Maria

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  12. A few days ago we saw a small baby of some type land next to one of our robins--- and do the feed me feed me thing. It clearly wasn't a Robin. The little guys do get confused sometimes. Nice pictures as always, Bob.

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  13. Bob, beautiful images of the Fledgling Starling!

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  14. He is not patient, because in the last photo he's screaming at his mom. Regards.

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  15. Nice hearing some interesting "notes" from a little one.

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  16. Juvenile Starlings are very cute at first, Bob, but when we get 10 to 20 of them all day they drive me nuts after a month or two with the racket they make and their disturbance of the other birds. We always end up saying we'll be glad when winter comes and they all go off to murmurate somewhere else.

    With my best wishes - - - Richard

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  17. Wow so beautiful captured. I love this bird.
    Have a wonderful day.

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  18. Los estorninos que en algunas ciudades se han convertido casi en una plaga cuando acuden a dormir a parques y jardines.
    Un abrazo,

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